Associate Professor at IIC,CIC UDSC

Research Interest: IoT, Network Architecture, Applications and Learning Technologies.

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Dr. Sanjeev Singh has worked in the area of optical electronics and had obtained his Doctorate in Electronics in 1997 from University of Delhi. For the last fifteen years, apart from teaching post-graduate course of M.Sc. in Informatics, he is working in the area of networks, security and communication technologies. He has published over 50 research publications in international/national journals and conferences. He has been a visiting fellow to University of Manchester in Science and Technology (UMIST), UK under Commonwealth Fellowship. He spearheaded an innovative project “Cross Cultural Innovation Network” sponsored by European Commission. He has completed several major research projects sponsored by various government agencies of India. He is on the advisory panel of various learned bodies. He is a member of National IT committee, FICCI. He has been principal coordinator for UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI-I) project. He had conducted various skill based training programs and workshops for faculty development of different Universities and Institution across the country. Dr. Singh is Network Fellow of Commonwealth Partnership in Technology Management (CPTM), London, UK. He is member of the Innovation cluster and Science & Technology Parks (STPs) forum, Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Korea. He is also Fellow of EU-India Cross Cultural Innovation Network. He is a certified professional for development of Science and Technology Parks and Innovation Clusters. Dr. Singh has conceptualized and implemented first e-learning framework for University of Delhi, where he is in-charge for ICT and e-learning initiatives. He has implemented the first virtual learning environment at the University, by which all the colleges across the city may collaborate for effective teaching and learning. He has designed and implemented University Information Management System. His current research area is IoT based System Design and their security models.

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